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Little Mix reveal film dreams

Published 25/08/2015

Little Mix
Little Mix

Little Mix want to follow in the footsteps of the Spice Girls by having their own movie.

The four-piece girl band have achieved a huge fan following worldwide since they were formed on British television talent show The X Factor back in 2011.

But now they have conquered the music industry, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, have set their sights on a different medium.

“Our long term goal is to take our Get Weird tour all across the globe and we also want to have a movie,” Jesy said during a recent interview with San Diego radio station Z90.

If a film was to come to fruition, the girls would be following in the footsteps of the Spice Girls.

At the height of their fame in the Nineties, the Spice Girls starred in movie Spice World, alongside other famous faces such as Richard E. Grant, Elvis Costello and Alan Cumming.

Before they make their move into movies, Little Mix are gearing up for their Get Weird tour, which kicks off in March 2016 in the UK.

And the girls are hopeful that the tour will be picked up globally as they feel it will be hugely successful in the United Kingdom.

“I think the Get Weird tour is going to be the best tour ever,” Perrie said.

“Basically you go in there and you come out going, ‘I don’t understand what I’ve just seen but it’s the best thing I’ve ever seen in my life’,” Jesy added.

The group released their most recent single Black Magic back in May.

And they added in the interview they were thrilled to be able to lend their name to such a catchy track.

“Black Magic is definitely one of our favourite singles ever,” Leigh-Anne said. “It’s just literally about this confidence we are giving everyone around the world. It’s infectious, it’s fun, it’s a wicked summer song.”

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